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LAW. SUPREME COURT. IN BANCO. IN BANCO. (Before Mr. Justice Wise and a jury of four.) MACDONALD v. THE MUNICIPALITY OF KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 September 1863

LAW. " SUTREME COURT. IN :BANCO. ' IFenost THE IERA.LD] (Boforb' Mr. 'ustice' Wito. and ??a jury of four.) P . i ?cDoNALDo.,v. uTIE MURIOPALITY OF M: IAMA. .' I . This was an, action by a contractor, first foi brieach of his; contract, and secondly ofdoi woik and labor. The breech declared' uponiswas, that the plaiiitifl haid been pre voeited from. carrying out to cnmplotion' the iswork for which hle haid contracted. :;Sir?W; Mannung, Q.C.': and Mr. Shep phrd appeared' for the iplaintiff,: and. Mr. Martin,. Q.C., and.Mr. Moymott. for the defendants.. The action failedlupon the 'proof tendered in support of theo plautiffs case . Thei bon tract wits, for road work to lieo' fiished in sevein m~onths ; payment to be maidoe as the work went on at a rate:of seve'nty-fio pero cent. on theo.work finished to the satisfac tion of the siurveyor;, a seoenth of the wvork to bp finished in each month. It ap. ,leaed thit the surveyor was 'ot satisfied with the work as performed.' Also that there h...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 September 1863

*DunI?G the longi peace which followed the downfall of the first, NtPOLEBoN, an inpressien, hirgely composed, no doubt, of the element of hope, glrew lup among the nations of Europe, tlihat mankind were at length learniing wisdom from experience ; and that governiments, - Christian and civilised governments, at least, would for thel future, find some means of deter miniitg such questions as might arise be tween .them,, without resorting to those desolating aiid destructive wars, the last of whichi, extending: over a: quarter of a century ofl.time,'anWd. involving all the nations of Europe, hid left behind it a prostration of strength, and a load of debt, beineath which the most prosperous com inmunities were ready to sink. Peace societies were formed in the fond hope of indticing the. potn'tates of Christen donm to refer':their differences to peaceful arbitration; and unwasrilke meicehants sogliht, by meians of " deputations," to enforce their views upon the masters of a. hundred le...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHOCKING SUICIDE. MAGISTERIAL ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 September 1863

SHOCKING SUICIDE. . 3 AGISTEIRIAL' ENQUIRY. A. FEELING of intense 'sorow ??orvaded the town and district on' Saturday, last; which was caused by the receipt' of informdtion to the qffeot that. a young woman who' wasi engaged as.nursemaid in the family of,?ir.: I'Keollir, of Round Hill, had hommitted suicide ,by drowning "hraelf ' tho' Shoal haven River. The body was discovered cearly on the 'day:abovenmentioned :and'was immediately . conveoyed: into Braidwood, }when a .nagisterial enquiry. into the, cause of the unfortunate girl's death was at once held',by Mr. Grillfn. 'Below will be fo~ud the evidence which 'was elicited. :James Laig' deposed as follows i-I am a farmer, -and reside at Oak Hills; about nine miles from Braidwood; I was told, on Friday. evening, that a young girl named Margaret Heartneddy was missing; Mr. M'KPellar and I wnt in search of her, but did ndt succeed 'in finding out her where 'abouts; we resumied the search on. Satur day morning; we made enquiries from a ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 September 1863

WVEEKLY CALE NDAR. Days f the\I'ce. I)S Sunrie Sunsct· 'lTESiDAY ... Sept. " 3 5 37 17 I-rS I.) ,SnAS .. a ' , rS as is IiLI3IA 13~ 55 .S iS URSDlAkY .. . 0310 C 35 12 .l''ilrP.. . .. a 01 ~ U " FRIUIDAY ........S. 54 21_' SLA\UDDSY .... 01 5 R4 2 SUNDAYl ........:..... ~. 6 a16 541 , KiIAlMA1 INDEPENDENT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1S863.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 September 1863

OTTONSI foz istribu , Gratis; . at the Pot ice, Nowra. Thomas Campbell, Late Range Farm, Jamberoo, Farmer, 'deceased. C ?EDITOI ?_t- yquestcd to forward U particulars o )'r claims on orbe fore time st day of O tober ext in this estate, to MR. HENRY tILFOR Solicitor, 267, George-street, Sydney. Splendid-toned Piano. 1TOR SALE, , a splandid-toned S'iano, in irs orde. Apply to . GEO GT. WALDRON Auctioneer. Lost, Stolen, or Strayed, j?RO0M the farm of the undersigned, at - . the Kangaroo Mountain, a black HORSE,. havin no vhn a spot on off hind' hock, and oon off side 'thigh. One Pouna£1) ewrd will be given to any perso suppling such infor mnatiou as may lecp0 to the Peovcry of the property. Should it prove to N ao'been stolen, the sum of Ten Pounds 10) vil be paid to anyone fuirnishing such e;foe'ma tion as may lead to a conviction. JOHN BOXSELL. Land Sales. IN pursuance of the provisions of " The J Crown Land's Alienation Act of 1861," I, the Minister for Lands, do hereb}y notitf . th...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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DEATH OF THE OLDEST SOLDIER IN THE BRITISH ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 September 1863

'DEATH OF THE OLDEST SOLDIER IN THE BnITsaII ARnY.-Died, on Tuesday night, an ten minutes past 9 p.m., in the infirmary Royal Hospital, Chelsea, private Nathaniel Richmond,, aged 107 years. He was born ii 1755, and enlisted isito the 16th Light Dragoons about the yeai 1774; and having served with that regiment a few years; he. volunteered for a bounty of £20 into the 20th Light Dragoons, and proceeded to India, whero he.served under Lord Lake during the Mahratta war. He was at the taking of Seringapatam, 3rd May, 1799, by General Baird. He was then transferred to the 25th Light Dragoons, ' the 29th having been broken up, and proceeded 'with tle 'field force under the commanidof Major General Wellesley; tihelate Duke of Welligton. In 1803 he-was at Laswarreo and Ashegur, At the former' battle he had two horses. shot mnder him; and at the latter lie ad'a narrow escape for hIs life, a shell having burst in. the right centre squadron, killing Captain Ielly, woundiig Lieutenant Smiirt, a...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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THE BROKEN HEART. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 September 1863

THE BROKEN HEARlT. (Contiinued.) .En "many -welkts` had clapsed the young "clrgy man was become a frequent visitor at r,-'. s. rQy's cottage. $o found it most i:" er'en, blewhengwearied?w'ith the toils of the day; to aiill in tlerofind.spoaid the sum-, mncr's evening, anstd ?t' hear, in that quiet spot, the sweet tonds of M?arian's harp, and read with her books which they could both appreciate. a irian' was indeed one of those bright intelligent spirits'which so rarely lit across our p ith while travelling through this wil derness. High-iiinded; truthfil, and guile less, she trusted' implicitly in those around her; she hoped till things, believed all things, anitlithought no evil. Her's was not, "lhowrever, tlihe trusting of a weak intellect, but'of ai noble heart above the meanness of suspicion, and too deeply imbued with christian love to be guilty of mltisconstruc tion. . Horace, in his visitations of the sick, often found 'that a ministering, angel had been before him. If a swee...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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POETRY. MISCHIEF MAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 September 1863

"rsCII?E'om[AKIJ RS. OhI could therein tbls orld be found Some little spot'of happy roond, :i "?" ;,Whoremy ilsgenplearlres might go round ,e -Withdutthb vllInge tattling It hon doulel blest thnt pleceo nooldie, • : W hero all might dwell In liberty, , F,,,Free fromtho bltter misery, .. O gossips' endless pratt ling. If urbh a spot were really known, . Dome I'encmight claim it os her own! And in it sie mlgtlt fix her thro?e, Fo?er ver aund for ever: 'there likeon qeen, might reNgn nd live, Wiile erery oenie woulilsone forgive" ' t ohe little slights they might receive, , b. " nd be. offendedc ndvor. "fLus misheif-nmkors hinat reoree : o from ota'henrts tlie warmth of lore, Anl lead taui ll to dlespprove. ." .h w-hnrt ~eies another plceaumd,; S r e?s h orem to tnkle one' psert-bt wllen f "l They've'harse or crese, unkindly then " SThoiey soon retail them anit ain, - dix'dewith' their poisonoes moesero. - n O ,Aned then they're suche oa cnning wy, f i tellint ittmll eant ttles: they s...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHOALHAVEN. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS, NUMBA. August 26th, 1863. (Before Dr. M'Kenzie, Messrs. Elyard and Biddulph, J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 September 1863

SIIHOALIAVEN.. (FrIO OUR COO lEl ONDENT.) COURT OF PETTY s SSIONS, NUMIBA. August 26th, 18s3. (Before Dr. 3t'lKnzie, 3Messrs. Llyard and Biddullph; J.P.'s) . Wheatley v. Apple?Ty and Craig=-Abusio Laniguage.-I was going iilong the publie road when Appleby called- out, " Theroe ho goes, the b-y cowP'. "I turned iand asked- if it was ine that lte meant. Hoe 'sidl "Yes, and you can take it'out'of me," i·t tohe same time plitting hisoelf into anR: indeeent attitude. Johlf Wheatley, son., '.corroborated the evi dence of the' last witnesos,' addiig -I 'great maniy old griovinces,R alleged. to have becu cotmmitted by Appleby: The defendant Craig was. discharged, and Appleby was fined 10s. and cdsts, or. 14' days 'in the lock-up. Timhe fine owas iminediatoly paid. ' Leslie v. Hart, also for abusive language; The parties in this case who are neighbors; had settled it, so there was no need for the   intervention of their worships.   Thlie justices present mooted the ...

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SEPTEMBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 September 1863

SEPTEMcIER 2. Mr. Smartmoved that the HFouse go into committee of suipply, which was agreed to without division. In conmmittee, the first itemn of the esti mates in chief, £1458 for the department of his Excellency.the Governor, Was agreed to without debate, or division, and the:Ifouse resumed. Thie s ouse went into comninittee to con sider the propriety of introducing a bill for the prevention of Scab in Sheep. Mr. Robcrtson: Tihe question was, whethecr tli HIouse would sanction the de struction of diseased sheep, or permit of curative steps being taken. He proposed the detention of slhep, allowing us ser head for sheep destroyed, exclusive of the value of the wool. To pay this an assessment should be maide on sheep. .Mr. W. Forster, Mr. hPiddington, Mr. Morris, iand IMr. Lucas, complained of want of information as to the extent of the dis ease at present, in the absence of which no definite issue could be considered. Mr. Robertson regretted that the other side would not at once co...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. SEPTEMBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 September 1863

LEGISLATIVE ASSEM.BLY. SEPTEcc3ilE 1. Mr. Cowper read a letter from Mr. Jus Cary, denyng tihe truth of a charge pre ferrcd against him by MIr. Martin, that he (Mr. Cary) had, at Oxford University, maadon away withl moneys entrustcd to him; and challenging IMr. Martin, or any one else, to make the charge in such a man nor as to allow of it being invesstigaticd on oath. S.r. W. Forster moved-" That the pro LeCdings and results of the Intercoloilal Conference held at Melbourne, and the con duct of the Government in relation thereto, as disclosed by the papers hbefore the House have beet; highly unsatisfuetory." He recited the principal icents tlat preceded the openlung of the Conference. tt.egardingl thie country on our Southwest border, as being only legally anid po ailly counnectettl with tlis colony, and t coummercially, ie could not say that it was a loss to us that we could not get the revenue oi goods brought over tlhe border. He thought it would be an act of injustice to compel ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.—SEPT. 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 September 1863

LEGISLATIVE -COUNCIL.-SEmIT 2. In the absence of thePresident through indisposition the Chairman of Committees Stook the chair. Al mncssage from tile Assembly was read, granting permission to Captain Moriarty to attend a select committee on the subject of additional lighthouses on the coast of Noew Holland. MIr. Plunkett presented four petitions against thie Government Education Bill first, from 140 Roman Catholics of New England; second, from 113 Roman Catho lies of Kiama, Jamberoo, and Shlellharbor; 3rd, from 50 Roman Catholics of Hartle??y; 4th, from 300 Roman Catholics of lalmam. The petitions were received. Mr. Dens Thomson presented a petition from certain inhlabitants of the colony, "rying that that part of New South Wales known as the XRiverine District, might be made a separate province, to be presided over by a Government resident, and the necessary officers, &c. Thie petition set forth numerous details. Mr. Kemp took objection to that portion of the territory bein...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY—AUGUST 27. (Continuation of Debate on Want-of-confidence motion.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 September 1863

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLGENOE [FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRE.] LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY---.AuGUsoT 27. (Continuation ofdebate on Want-of-confidence motion.) Ministers stated, in reply to questions That the estimated cost of time locomotives recently ordered~ffom England was--for passenger engines, 29O00, and for goods engines, £?b00. 0i' Fr. Laok vresumed the adjourned de bate on th'inotionof censure moved by Mr. Martin. He regarded the motion as importune, and denied in strongest terms, the imputations cast upon him by Mr. Dal gleish. MIr. W. Porster defended himself from the charge of factiously opposing thie Go vernment, as was proved by his support of. the Police Act. regarded the amend ment as preferablto the original mtions, inasmuch as it contanibedbutone issue. The debate might have 'been clmraetorised by ability, but'it linhad booeen a dishonest debate, full of'plausibility and servility to ." the powers that be." Mr. Rledman contended that it was un fair to saddle thIe Mninistry wilt...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 September 1863

TO THIE EDITOL OF' TIIE KIAtIA IXDEPENDENT. Sit,--I lhave obsorvdca in late numbelors of tihe SyJdy doylppers, that an attempt is being made to do away with thle pblic support to all schools that hlave nlot n cortain number of schlolars. How is it to be in a poor district like this, wi'hero there ore not omore than twonty or twenty-five scholars ? Are those few schlolars to get no education ? Wo cannot expect a schoolmastor to teoch oor children if hle gets no support. Whore there are tweonty five children attending school, I know that commools, not more than ton of tlhem are panid for by tltoir parents, 'and very frelquently the lparelts of larg famniliuos are not able to pay. How is tile teacher to live in a country placo on tile fees derived from tlhe payments by ten children. Whlen a largoo nmter of chil dreton attend the school, say 70 or 80, tile fees alone are almost sufficient for his support, i thlink thie position of schools and schoolmas ters in retired districts are enti...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 September 1863

TO CORRESPONDENTS. It mustIo lnderolood that our oplhloos am not to bo Identikled with thoem of oromrepondentsowose w om munientlono wo may publisoh. We Initte and otslh to eourag temperate ldolsssion on ltl matters ot Imporonroo. It It necessary or oorresopondents should founlh ou wltth their real names ond rslo doooo, thotohll oo do woO print theom whto the con trry is desirld.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIAMA STEAM FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 September 1863

00CM3EROIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIA~IA STEAM FLOUR MILLS. LIST OF PRICES. S£ s. d. FirstFlour. pCer ton............. 140 0 Do.; per100lbs~. ............. * "" 11 0 Seconds;per ton ................ 1110 0 Do, por 100 lbs ................ 012 0 MIaclhine-dresscd Maize Floor, do.. 0 11 0 Crushed MaIize, per bushel ...... O 4 0 Bran and Follard, ditto ......... 0 1 6 r W:Vheat and Maiaze purchasod' for cash, or taken in exchangc forflour, or grist grind lng... . . J. SHARPE & SONS. Sept: 7, 1863.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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ULLADULLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 September 1863

ULLADULLA. HIAVING paid a visit to this beautiful district,; we are now ill- a position to refute the deroga-r tory reports sometimes circulated in Illawarro. to thile effect that our sister district, Ulladullae, wasowanting in the manin requisites f.r the pire fitable carrying on of agricultnral and dairy-" ing pllrouits. Tisoe reports are decidedly untrue, for most of the .land from Conjolor Creek to Milton, and illland from M3iltoni sbme miles to thile inorth, is very good; somle of it inldeed as good rich b1rush as Kiama can boast of. Tlhe only actnal bad land lies by thile main road from Milton to tile boat Ilarbor;' and al thoughi this largo tract of land is hold by colmparatively fw piersolls, tile proprietors let or lease it onl suchll liberil termls, tlhat thile r sidolets conslider it as grent.a boon as free se lectionl to tllemselves. Thlere is certainllly 'room enougl for scores of fnailies more, and tlht too within n convenient distance of tie boat hIlarbor, inl tile fo...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 September 1863

SYDNEY MARKETS The Sydney papers of Saturday last re port as under: S"'S. d. £ s.d. Flourfst, pierto pr. 14 Ot6 0 0 0 Do., ocscrto ~?.~~~1 0 0 .. 0 0 Bran per bushel of 201 b 0 1 .. 0 0 0 Bies.t, Cabin, pir 100lbs 1 0 0 .. 0 0 0 Ditto,Navy .. .. Ol 0o.. . 1 0 Brdad,perllblonf .. 0 0 1.. 0 0 0 taIy,percwt ... 0 9 .. 0 11 0 Grass .. '... 03 8 0 4 0 3 Lucerne.. . 04 6 .. 0 6 0 Straw . . 6 6 .. 0 7 0 Bark, perdo .. .. 36 .. 4 6 Whceat, per bushel ..0 5 0 ..O G 0 Oats, per do.... . . . 0 ..0 7 0 Barley, po?r do .. . o .0 .. 0 5 , Maize, pcr do .. .. 0 3 0 .. I0 8 6 Grees stuffpcrbundlc.. 0 1 0 .. 0 1 3 .•Bcf, pier lb . I 0 1½ .O 0 0 MIutton, per do.. . O: 0oSb.. 0 0 0t .Pork per do .. " , .. 0 00 6 Veal, perdo .. .. 0 0o.. o0 07 Lamb, per qr..; .. 0 4 0.. 5 6 Foiwls,per coutplo .. 0 .. 0 5 Ducks, per do... .. O 0 °..o 6 0 Ducks, wild, per do .. 0 3 0 ..0 0 Geesc, pcr couple .. 90 .. 0 10 0 Turkeys, per do .. 0 8 .0..0 1 0 Roastilng pigs .. . O 8 0 .. 9 0 0 Butter, per lb . .. 0 0 .. 0 0 ...

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BUSHRANGING. GILBERT AT SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 September 1863

B3USHIIRANGING. GILCBERT AT SilOALHAVEN. It lhas been currently reported that the re uowned Jlohnny Gilbort io at present taking his easco in this quioe district. If he or any of his mates are really ohere they must be care fol not to attempt any of their tricks amongst us, as our police are known to have tihe eyes of Argus with tile strengthl of Hercules; so the outlaws will stand but a poor ebance. Blt I do niot tlhink it at all probable that anything of the kind will be attempted, as tlhese gentry can only carry on business wherever they are not so closely looked after as here. Tlhey must have accessorics and receivers at hand to as sist tlhem; but here the police are so active that a stranger is known as soon as hle miake his appearance alnollgst Us. CRoms.--Tllhe fine wenather is bringilng the young crops in in first-rato style It is a com moni remark that so fine a spring has not been experienced for several years pmst-a blessingR which our pcople lare making the imost of, ai ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 September 1863

t SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. SWhiaet--os to 6s Od per bushel. Maizee--s Gd to Os 0d ditto - earley, Ilting-ls Gd to 5s Od per bushel.. 'Ditto, Clpe--Is Gd to 4s ditto Olts-ds 0d to Gs Od ditto 'Dran--l s 4d to Os Od ditto Floour--lst £15 per tol D)itto, 2ld-il- £13ditto Haoy, Lucrne-£5 Os to £i Os ditto SDitto, Oaten-£8 to £12 ditto Pototoes--£8 to £9 ditto Onions--£L 103 to £2 10s per cwt.--Ift sound futter--Os 0d to Os 0d per ~l. HIoney-id to 5dl ditto Dacon--7d to Sd ditto Chocsc-(d to 7d ditto Eggs-0s 0d to Os Od per doz. owls-4s Gad to 5?a ld poer cosple Ducks--ss Gd to Gs Gd per ditto turkteys-Gs to 12s ditto Calvcs- 10s to £1 0s Pigs -- to 5dd r ib Midcs--do to ill each , G Lil UL'%X &IULIIOLLAND, Sept4 , 18S ..King-street West, Sydney, • )Spt?481913, " .

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